|PrevAIDS-Spouse-En+Th - paul yves wery for PrevAIDS.org|
-Story: a husband follows the death of his wife that he contaminated a few years ago. (Images were take in a hospice for terminal HIV patients in Thailand where the movie maker was working as medical doctor during 6 years) -Main topic: intraconjugal HIV contamination. The film is "rude"... -Kind of prevention: "second line prevention"; the auditoire is suppose to know the basics about HIV and protection ("first line prevention")...
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; prevaids.org; aids-hospice.com; Prevention; faithfulness; intraconjugal contamination; AIDS hospice; death
|Prevaids-Tonn-En+Th - paul yves wery for PrevAIDS.org|
(version francaise; taper le mot clé "prevaids")"Tonn" speaks about the death of a orphan kid in a hospice for terminal HIV patients in Thailand. Images are "rude". This movie realized by the doctor of that hospice, is a way to pay homage to the kid ... At the end the movie become a very crude irony on male gender : during the last minutes, the camera is exploring the death body of Tonn when, at the same time, auditoire can hear the arguments prononced by a "fake man" to refuse a condom that hi...
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; prevaids.org; Prevention; confidence; condom; intra conjugal contamination
|Bright and Shining Mind in a Disabled Body|
Remarkable true life story of Khun Kampol Thongbunnum, a Thai man, whose life had been turned upside down by an accident that left him paralysed from the neck downwards. In his search to come to terms with his predicament, he discovered the path in Buddhism, and this finally led to the transformation of his life.
Keywords: Khun Kampol Thongbunnum; Buddhism; Meditation
|PrevAIDS-Alcohol-En+Th - paul yves wery for PrevAIDS.org|
Short VDO clip without big ambition, like advertising, to promote awareness about connexion between HIV/AIDS and alcohol The clip is suppose to deliver "2nd lines prevention". It means that auditors are suppose to know already basic information about HIV and protection ("first line prevention") The clip tackle danger induce alcohol, hided homosexuality, shyness... (About the difference between first and second line prevention, see theory in "www.prevaids.org".)
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; prevaids.org; alcohol; homosexuality; prevention
|PrevAIDS-Confidence-En+Th - paul yves wery for prevAIDS.org|
Short VDO clip without big ambition, like advertising, about the connexion between HIV and confidence The clip is suppose to deliver a "2nd lines prevention. It means that the auditoire is suppose to know already the basic information about HIV and protection (first line messages). "Confidence" : tell about the danger induced by confidence, love, impotence... (about difference between first and second line prevention, see the theory in "www.prevaids.org".
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; prevaids.org; Prevention; Thailand; confidence; trust
|PrevAIDS-Candles-a HIV prevention for thailand/laos - paul yves wery for PrevAIDS.org|
- short VDO clip without big ambition, like a "advertizing" about relation between HIV contaminations and shyness, scares, intraconjugal kindness... . Thailand is the target country because the movie refer to Thai culture ("LoiKratong" ceremony... which is a ceremony full of meanings for young lovers) "Candles" deliver "2nd lines messages". It means that auditoire is suppose to know already the basics about HIV and protection ("first line messages") (About the theory of "first line" and "second ...
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; prevaids.org; Thailand; prevention; HIV prevention; Thailand; loikratong; HIV epidemic
|PrevAIDS-Living with a HIV positive partner - paul yves wery for PrevAIDS.org|
Short VDO clip without big ambition, like advertising, about stigmas... - Story: A girl decided to involve in conjugal life with an HIV+ friend. - Material; short VDO clip primarily to be use as a "advertizing" for TV broadcasting. - ambition: mainly demystify the "danger" of hiv positive partner... and broken the stigmas... Promote the "honnesty" of HIV positive persons, at least with their partners...
Keywords: HIV; AIDS; prevaids.org; Prevention; stigmatization; positive partner; sex with HIV